Filed under: Features | Tags: Batman, Dark Knight, David Finch, Detective Comics, Gail Simone, KyleHiggins, Nightwing, Robin, ScottSnyder, TonyDaniel
It’s a surprise this didn’t happen earlier – my very own column to talk about the thing I hold most dear in comics – Batman. If you’re new to the blog you’ll already know I read a lot (if not most of) the bat-books from DC, as well as steep myself in as many bat-things as a married man can get away with, so it was only logical that I start a regular post to discuss everything that’s going on in the Bat-verse. Be careful though – SPOILER ALERT! – although I try to keep away from spoilers in my reviews of issues, this feature won’t have such a luxury – so it’s wise to make sure you’ve caught up before going much further.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: Batman, DCNew52, Eddy Barrows, J.P. Mayer, Kyle Higgins, Nightwing, Paulo Siqueira
Kyle Higgins and the art team consisting of Eddy Barrows, J.P. Mayer and Paulo Siqueira have brought us an even bigger action packed issue of Nightwing than last month’s, proving that Dick definitely deserves his own series.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: DCNew52, EddyBarrows, KyleHiggins, Nightwing
Another number #1, another Batman comic – Dick Grayson flies into the DCnew52 in his own title Nightwing – but fortunately for Master Dick, Bruce doesn’t make an appearance, leaving him to figure things out on his own (he’s probably too busy helping Batwoman or the JLI anyway!).
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: Batman, DCNew52, MickGray, Nightwing, PatrickGleason, PeterJTomasi, Robin
Batman and Robin are BACK! But rather than rewriting the rules, it’s almost as if this picks up just where we left off before all of this Flashpoint business. The one big difference though is who makes up the dynamic duo, which sees the return of Bruce alongside his own Son, battling crime together as a pair for the first time.
WARNING: some spoilers. (more…)